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Slave to Love Slave to Love Slave to Love

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Campbell has created a gothic tale filled with dark overtones and overly dramatic characters who are balanced by fey Alice and her very modern friends in their search for love.
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Published July 13th 2004 by Villard Books
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This book was interesting. I wasn't sure I would like it, but as I am a fan of Brit Lit, I thought I would give it a try. While I liked most of the characters, I had a hard time understanding being in love with a dead boy. Also, there were a few times when I thought the book veered off course needlessly. But overall, an enjoyable read.
Slave to Love is one of my go-to books, one that I can read over and over again. I think I've read it three times already. It is British, and witty, and exceedingly smart. If I were to ever end up living in England and wanted a snarky, funny friend, befriending Rebecca Campbell would be my ideal.

Alice works at an auction house, her boss and co-workers are your typical collection of oddballs. The auction house gets a chance at a rare edition of Audubon's birds, currently in the possession of an...more
Eva Nickelson
This story had some interesting characters, but they were inconsistent and unbelievable throughout the story. The relationships described are complicated on the surface, but have no real depth to them. Some symbolism comes into the story, but is under-utilized.

It is easy to read and moves along quickly, but it does not give the reader any reason to keep on reading.
I LOVED this book. You have a woman who goes through a complete change because of her bad choices and actually ends up changing who she is a bit and gets everything she ever wanted. I love the writer's choice of words and expressions. The way she describes the clothing purchase is one of my favorite quotes of all time.
It started off entertaining and sort of funny, but the wheels came off pretty quickly. I felt like it was over written and the main character was odd and not all that likable.
NOT as bad as the title sounds, by a long shot. It was offbeat, sad, and shockingly literary chicklit, which was not quite what I had anticipated.
Sweet romance full of quirky characters and rare book auctions.
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